Parquet, laminate or solid wood?

Ksenia, tell me, is it worth paying attention to the floor of solid wood in comparison with the floorboard and laminate flooring? Parquet is considered to be very expensive. At prices on the Internet unpainted massive board is comparable to the price of laminate. And tinted almost 1.5-2 times more expensive. Should I take an unpainted massive board and tint it myself? Attracted by the fact that it is a natural material, dense, indestructible, maintainable (as opposed to laminate) floor. And how best to lay? On glue? screw to the logs screws? or as laminate, locking way? Thank you!

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The massive board is definitely worth the attention. This is very good stuff. But still it is significantly more expensive. The trick is that you need to count the entire cake of the floor, and not just the board itself. Yes, raw it can cost comparable to laminate, but it will have to be covered. And it is better to entrust it to the professionals, coating the board with varnish or oil in compliance with all the technologies will not be cheaper than the same, but in factory made conditions. Plus, the human factor is added.My opinion is that it makes sense to lacquer / oil yourself if you want to achieve a certain color or effect not available in the finished version.

As for laying, the massive board can be laid in one single way - on glue. There are options for preparing the base (just screed or plywood) and used adhesives (depending on the base), but in any case, if you want the floors to last for a long time, you should not save on technology.

Also pay attention to the quality of the most massive board - it must be dry and have perfect geometry.

Floating is possible laying floorboard and laminate. The floorboard can also be glued as an array. In the case of single-sided floorboard with chamfers on 4 sides, glued to the base, there will be a complete illusion of solid wood floors, but this option will not be comparable in price to the laminate.

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The massive board is definitely worth the attention. This is very good stuff. But still it is significantly more expensive. The trick is that you need to count the entire cake of the floor, and not just the board itself.Yes, raw it can cost comparable to laminate, but it will have to be covered. And it is better to entrust it to the professionals, coating the board with varnish or oil in compliance with all the technologies will not be cheaper than the same, but in factory made conditions. Plus, the human factor is added. My opinion is that it makes sense to lacquer / oil yourself if you want to achieve a certain color or effect not available in the finished version.

As for laying, the massive board can be laid in one single way - on glue. There are options for preparing the base (just screed or plywood) and used adhesives (depending on the base), but in any case, if you want the floors to last for a long time, you should not save on technology.

Also pay attention to the quality of the most massive board - it must be dry and have perfect geometry.

Floating is possible laying floorboard and laminate. The floorboard can also be glued as an array. In the case of single-sided floorboard with chamfers on 4 sides, glued to the base, there will be a complete illusion of solid wood floors, but this option will not be comparable in price to the laminate.

Ksenia, thank you for such a detailed answer! Laminate, as I understand it, they do not plant glue?

No one bothers to glue laminate, but economically it will be a very strange undertaking, since the installation (a good base, good glue, competent floorboards) will be significantly more expensive than the laminate itself.

Wood flooring!)

We have an old floorboard in the apartment. The coating is reliable, we were not going to change it, but we decided to refresh it using a procedure such as scrubbing the floor. Appealed to the company "Fresh Parket" in Moscow, they did everything for us at the highest level. Parquet looks expensive and updated, so parquet is a good flooring. And if you correctly make a scraping, then this floor will last a very long time.

Brigade which did repair to us, the laminate did not advise us, we put the floorboard. They focused on the fact that the floor has served longer and will not begin to creak. I don’t know if this is true) Now we’re looking for doors in color, I would like everything to look harmonious.

I really want white doors, and all the relatives dissuade me, they say, it will look bad.

Too many worries! Put the laminate and everything, quickly, firmly, beautifully) Views of it - a great many .. We took this onehttps://www.obi.ru/laminat/laminat-kronostar-symbio-33-klass-8-mm-dub-pino-levante/p/366732633 class laminate for the whole apartment, light and space gives the sea!

a guest10.08.18 08:28

Parquet is expensive, but it looks better, although the laminate is also not bad!

Well, whatever you want, money is needed for any flooring, and no matter what you are laying, parquet or linoleum! In your case, you just need to find a good hardware store with adequate prices. Go to the site online store "Stroylyandiya"https://stroylandiya.ru/catalog/napolnye-pokrytiia/we took parquet here, although the laminates are also quite good, the quality is high, maybe you can pick something up!

I really like parquet, but based on my wallet I have laminate at home. And he also looks great)

We also laid laminate when we made repairs in the apartment. In terms of quality laminate has an average density of 1.5 times higher than wood and impact resistance is higher than that of wood due to the density of 2 times! And if you buy with a personalized discount, as we in the online storehttps://parketremont.ru/laminat/, so in general it turns out the ideal option).



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